Album Review: Reference Version by Fright Doll

Album Name: Reference Version
Artist: Fright Doll
Year/Label: 2007 / Fright Doll Records

[Buy at Amazon]

Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Fright Doll records industrial-tinged Gothic music with insight and skill. Her debut album opens with the throbbing dancefloor track Automated that really sets her on the map.

Sessions of Expression is equally deft and her vocals remain a strong presence in the mix.

Occasionally the record gets a bit samey in its aggressiveness and Fright Doll could do with softening her sound.

Questions descends into even darker realms and barely has a pulse; it’s horror movie soundtrack time.

Unit has some very old school synth vibes and that’s cool.

Fright Doll’s a fascinating new artist whatever her real name is.

Posted on September 3, 2007

Track Listing
1. Automated
2. Sessions Of Expression
3. Tension
4. Questions
5. Marionette
6. Unit
7. Neutrino Glace
8. Gravity
9. Crash
10. Version
11. Strange

[right Doll Official Site]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.